Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 8th Sep 2005 16:53 UTC
Gnome The Gnome Project released version 2.12 yesterday. We had a quick look at it by using the latest Gnome Live CD (1.12-pre) and Foresight 0.9.0 (2.12 final) and here are our thoughts over 2.12 and Gnome's status in general.
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Great article
by seguso on Thu 8th Sep 2005 17:44 UTC
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Great article, focusing on important details I did not find anywhere else (e.g. how to open a terminal in nautilus). However, I am pretty sure the "open terminal here" feature has not been removed in this release (it was already absent).

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RE: Great article
by on Thu 8th Sep 2005 18:30 in reply to "Great article"
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That's one of those KDE features. Probably not popular enough for GNOME or somethin.

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RE[2]: Great article
by on Fri 9th Sep 2005 00:35 in reply to "RE: Great article"
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Yeah, and I bet the day GNOME puts the feature in, it will be like -- Oooh look at this cool feature! Now GNOME is the BEST KDe out there.

Seriously, its a case of obfuscating the past -- George Orwell style, IMO. KDE has implemented each and every feature that GNOME has first but somehow it always gets more "media attention" once GNOME implements it, partial or otherwise.

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